R. 5B-52.001 Definitions
R. 5B-52.002 Purpose
R. 5B-52.003 Declaration of Boll Weevil as a Plant Pest
R. 5B-52.006 Eradication Zone or Regulated Area
R. 5B-52.007 Planting Cotton in the Eradication Zone and Required Participation
R. 5B-52.008 Treatment of Cotton in the Eradication Zone
R. 5B-52.009 Submission of Reporting Forms, Assessments and Penalties for Late Payment, and Cotton Destruction
R. 5B-52.010 Cotton Stalk Destruction
R. 5B-52.011 Movement of Regulated Articles
R. 5B-52.012 Issuance of Boll Weevil Certificates and Compliance Agreements, Cancellations, and Attachments

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